My Dusty Road

My Dusty Road

by Woody Guthrie


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Released in coordination with the Woody Guthrie Archives, this four-disc boxed set is the definitive edition of Woody Guthrie's mid-1940s recordings.

The sound quality is superb, taken from newly discovered original metal masters. The set includes many of Woody's best-known songs, along with traditional material and collaborations with fellow guitarist Cisco Houston and harmonica player Sonny Terry.

To complement and enhance enjoyment of the recordings, the discs are packaged in a replica of a vintage suitcase, complete with handle and latches. Inside the box are a full-color 68 page book that includes extensive notes and many rare or previously unpublished photos, as well as illustrations and illuminated lyric sheets by Guthrie himself.

Also included are facsimiles of Woody's business card, a postcard sent from Florida to his wife, and a booking card from the 1940s. From the Label

Product Details

Release Date: 08/25/2009
Label: Rounder / Umgd
UPC: 0011661116221
catalogNumber: 611162
Rank: 219634

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Woody Guthrie   Primary Artist

Technical Credits

Woody Guthrie   Arranger,Composer
Pete Seeger   Composer
Almanac Singers   Composer
Moses Asch   Producer,Engineer
Scott Billington   Reissue Producer,Art Direction
A.P. Carter   Composer
Lee Hays   Composer
Bill Nowlin   Liner Notes,Reissue Producer
Sonny Terry   Arranger,Composer
Nora Guthrie   Liner Notes
Traditional   Composer
Michael Creamer   Reissue Producer
Georg Beebe   Composer
John Handcox   Composer
Ed Cray   Liner Notes
Herbert Harris   Producer,Engineer
Herbert Harris   Engineer

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My Dusty Road 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Toby-5K More than 1 year ago
Very distinctive packaging, a replica of a suitcase from the 1930's. As I understand it, these recordings came from original masters discovered recently. At last, Woody Guthrie recordings that are clear and resonate with his wonderful vocals, pithy song writing and nice guitar work. Truly a Classic!